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The Tricky, Terrifying, Tedious Work On A Tug Boat

A trip down the Snake and Columbia Rivers aboard one of the tugs that push barges of grain, wood chips, garbage and other payloads between Lewiston and Vancouver year-round.

Agriculture | Sustainability | Land | History | Animals | Land use | Environment | Forestry | Oregon Field Guide

Horse Logging At The Harmons

Oregon’s last horse logger and a family of foresters look to the future by carrying on a legacy of the past.

local | Land use | NW Life | Arts | Oregon Art Beat

Pacific Northwest Plein Air Invites Painters To Get Outside

The Pacific Northwest Plein Air painting event encourages artists to immerse themselves in the natural landscape

Environment | Land use | local | Energy | Sustainability | Oregon Field Guide

Dam Removals

In the past decade, several high-profile dam removals have happened in the Northwest.

Environment | Land use | Animals | Politics | Oregon Field Guide

Cormorant vs. Salmon

Thousands of cormorants are to be killed because they eat so many salmon.

Environment | Fish & Wildlife | Land | Land use | Oregon Field Guide

Wildlife Crossings Reduce Collisions And Save Lives

Oregon's first wildlife crossing saves lives of deer and drivers. Now ODOT plans another crossing.

Agriculture | Climate change | Land use | Environment | World | Water | Oregon Field Guide

Japan's Earthquake: Lessons For Oregon

Oregon Field Guide travels to Japan nearly four years after a devastating earthquake and tsunami decimated towns along the Japanese coast. We look for lessons Oregon can learn as we prepare for our own Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake and tsunami.

Fish & Wildlife | Land use | NW Life | Water | Sports | Oregon Field Guide

Ross Island: History & Present

Visit Ross Island, and find out why this new Portland park is not open to the public.

Sustainability | Fish & Wildlife | Science | Environment | Land use | Water | Oregon Field Guide

Lake Abert Dries Up

Oregon’s third largest lake dried up. Is more than drought to blame?